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PHOENIX -- During this season of Phoenix Suns scoreboard tribulation, we also seem to have barged into a philosophical disconnect.
"We're going to play the guys who play the way we want to play," interim coach Lindsey Hunter said.
But the way the Suns -- at least the coaches, management and some of the players -- desire to compete doesn't appear to jibe with whatever...
Both the Minnesota Timberwolves and Phoenix Suns continue to sink at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. Neither team has showed much sign that it's capable of a surge before the end of the season.
Minnesota, still the league's worst perimeter shooting team, will try to snap a string of nine straight road losses Friday night at Phoenix, which is mired in an especially...
The Phoenix Suns and Washington Wizards haven’t exactly been lighting the world on fire this season. Maybe this is why this fan had a hard time staying awake during last night’s third quarter. After John Wall hit a long jumper, the camera zoomed into this Suns fan that had seen enough. I guess I can’t blame him, the Suns have been one of the worst NBA teams this season.
wizards 88 suns 79
3/20/2013 - USAirways Center, Phoenix, AZ
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Welp, that surely wasn’t as fun to watch as the first matchup between the Wizards and Suns just a few nights ago, but ANY road win for this squad is a GOOD win.
Last night displayed a far more gritty and more sloppy outing for the road-weary Wiz...
Martell Webster has been arguably the Wizards’ most pleasant surprise this season. Failing to live up to his lottery pick billing with the Portland Trailblazers, Webster was traded to Minnesota in June 2010, and later waived by the team this past July.
Webster worked out for several teams before signing with the Wizards. In Washington, he’s regained his form, registering...
Earlier today, we posted a video of NBA TV's Chris Webber mocking a couple eating ice cream at Tuesday night's Indiana Pacers/Orland Magic game.Well...later that night...NBA TV's Fan Night had even more fun when they superimposed Charles Barkley's head on "ice cream guy":
I’ll totally break this out next time I hit a jumper in a pickup game, even if it breaks all the rules. Martell Webster, by the way, is having a remarkable year with career highs across the board. He’s even shooting 45 percent from three, which is just off the NBA lead. Didn’t see that one coming.
(GIF taken with love via @wiz_spurtin. The Bog covered this earlier too.)
Photo Credit: Rob Carr/ Getty Images North America
In this his 8th season in the NBA, 26-year old Martell Webster is finally getting a prolonged opportunity to strut his stuff. It’s fair to say playing alongside John Wall has opened up all kinds of new doors for his career. Since entering the Wizards starting lineup on December 7th, Webster ranks ninth in the league in three-point...
An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader was taken off the court in a stretcher Monday after slipping and falling during a dance routine.
The cheerleader was hurt between the third and fourth quarter of the Hawks-Dallas Mavericks game at Phillips Arena.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the cheerleader was taken by paramedics to a hospital to undergo tests and that she never lost consciousness...
Tyrone Mings has become something of a Twitter legend after generously giving tickets to a fan who was low on funds.
The 20-year-old soccer player made a fan’s day after that fan, Tris Monk, struck up a conversation with Mings prior to Ipswitch Town Football Club’s match against Bolton Football Club.
“Good luck today, wish I was there to watch,” Monk tweeted at Mings, with...